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Easily implement licensing in your applications with Project License

A few hours ago I launched my new licensing service as a beta release. I called the service “Project License”, just because that describes the product really well. Codename “Task HedgeHog” is a bit less descriptive. Project License makes it… Continue Reading →

Siri, Google Now or Cortana?

Since the release of Windows Phone 8.1, Microsoft introduced Cortana, their own personal assistant. Cortana joined Siri and Google Now, two competing systems by Apple and Google, of course. But which system is actually the most useful? Apple was the… Continue Reading →

Windows 10 – Video overview

As you probably already know, Microsoft has shown off their latest OS, Windows 10, yesterday. They also uploaded a few video’s to their YouTube channel. For your convenience you can watch them below. The complete press conference: Introducing Windows 10:… Continue Reading →

Microsoft shows new videos to showcase the Windows app diversity

Microsoft has uploaded two new videos to their YouTube channel to show that there’s no `app gap’ between Windows and other mobile platforms. The first video focuses on a storm chaser, the other one is about two people that create… Continue Reading →

Microsoft makes a cross-platform keyboard

As far as it exists, Microsoft has released a cross-platform keyboard. It’s a keyboard that will work with all of your mobile devices. Whether they are on Windows, Android or iOS. The Universal Mobile keyboard, as they call it, has… Continue Reading →

Microsoft announces Windows 9 event on September 30th

It already leaked a while ago that Microsoft would hold a press event later this month, on September 30, but now it’s official. Microsoft is expected to announce the ‘Windows Technical Preview’. This will be the first public preview for… Continue Reading →

Wi-Fi Sense coming to Windows 9 too

Yet another really nice Windows Phone feature seems to be making it’s way to Windows 9. found indications in the registry that show Wi-Fi Sense settings. With Wi-Fi Sense it’s possible to share your Wi-Fi login credentials, without actually… Continue Reading →

New evidence of Cortana in Windows 9 [update] has yet released another image that shows the evidence of Cortana in Windows 9. On the image you can see the resource files of Cortana, which is disabled in the current Partner build of Windows 9. Cortana on Windows… Continue Reading →

New images of Storage Sense in Windows 9 surface

There are new images leaked about the recently discovered ‘Storage Sense’ in Windows 9. Thanks to this new images you can get a better look at all features that are included. The new Storage Sense feature will come in very… Continue Reading →

Windows 9 notification center shown in video

WinFuture released yet another windows 9 video. This time showing the windows 9 notification center. The notification center not only displays app notifications but notifications from desktop software like Windows explorer as well. The layout of the notification center doesn’t… Continue Reading →

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